What ex­actly is Sa­muda’s prob­lem?

Jamaica Gleaner - - OPINION & COMMENTARY -

THE ED­I­TOR, Sir: MR KARL Sa­muda, you do not es­tab­lish the law in this coun­try. I have never heard the judges be­ing im­pli­cated in any way.

What ex­actly is your prob­lem?

If I buy prop­erty and ne­glect it for some time, that doesn’t mean that any­one can just build on my land. It has been tol­er­ated by the politi­cians and needs to stop. As a re­sult, the po­lice can­not en­ter some of these squat­ter set­tle­ments to be prop­erly po­liced in or­der to pick up sus­pects or ac­cused per­sons and com­bat crime.

It must stop, and stop im­me­di­ately, or we are go­ing to fur­ther pro­mote a whirlpool of crime. EL­HAM H. M. BOGLE At­tor­ney-at-law

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